Cicero, Tusculan Disputations

LCL 141: 144-145

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Marcus Tullius Cicero

Sed nunc quidem valetudini tribuamus aliquid, cras autem et quot dies erimus in Tusculano, agamus haec et ea potissimum, quae levationem habeant aegritudinum, formidinum, cupiditatum, qui omni e philosophia est fructus uberrimus.


Disputations, I.

some concession to the claims of health; to-morrow, however, and all the days we shall be staying here at Tusculum let us busy ourselves with such questions and particularly with all that tends to alleviate distresses, terrors, lusts, for here is the richest fruit of the whole field of philosophy.

DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.marcus_tullius_cicero-tusculan_disputations.1927